If I gave you a report of your grade in our class, you have until Monday 5/20 to get your work done. You must have that form signed by a parent and all of your work must be attached to it and turned in before class starts on 5/20 – no exceptions! It’s your last chance to get these assignments in!
Make sure you study for your next quiz, which is on the personal endings of verbs that we are learning in Stage 10.
You will have a verb form and you will have to identify it by its personal ending. So make sure you know which personal endings are available for ego, tu, nos, and vos! Your quiz will be on Monday, 5/20!
Nota bene! Remember to review the various nouns we have studied and which declension they belong to – because you will have a quiz that will require you to know the difference between a 1st declension, 2nd declension, and 3rd declension noun!
Remember to study for your quiz which is going to be on Thursday 1/31.
Since we have been looking at the Perfect and Imperfect forms of verbs in Stage 6, you need to be able to differentiate between those forms of verbs but also note what the singular and plural forms of Imperfect and Perfect verbs look like. This is what the quiz will be testing you for! Bonam fortunam!
On Tuesday, 12/18, we will be having our quiz for Stage 5. In this chapter, we focused on how the subject of a sentence must always agree with its verb. For example, a plural subject means the verb must also be plural, and if the subject is singular then the verb must also be singular. Study over Stage 5 and be ready for your quiz!
Make sure you review your verb endings for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person forms. Remember that “ego” uses which ending for verbs? “tu” uses which ending?
Make sure you also know your forms of sum, es, and est. Your quiz will be on Monday, 12/10 when we meet again!
Remember to look over your notes for Stage 3 – we focused on the Accusative case and the Nominative case. You will need to know how to use those noun cases in Latin sentences for your quiz on Wednesday!
Next class you will have a quiz that requires you to recognize the personal endings of verbs for both singular and plural forms.
The quiz will have 10 verbs listed and you will have to check off which personal ending is found in each verb. Remember, if it ends in an -o it is EGO, in an -s, it is TU, in -mus it’s NOS and in -tis it is for VOS. Review! Study!
Just a reminder – make sure you look over your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd declension forms. We are going to have a quiz on the Dative Case on next class, Friday 4/27!
Remember that we are having a quiz on Stage 6 on Thursday, 1/26. We will be looking at the past tense of verbs – the Imperfect and Perfect tenses. Make sure you remember how to translate these verb forms and how to match them up correctly with their subjects!